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the team's first world series we need more than a century. good morning to you. ben: it is 4:59 on this thursday, november 3. more on the cubs's historic win. first come a check on your weather and traffic. let's check in with meteorologist sally severson and your forecast. sally: plenty to be happy about with the overall fort, wrinkle this morning in the way of patchy fog. visibility three miles at west bend. now half a mile at west bend. 3/10 of a mile in medicine in watertown so take it easy across jefferson county and 94. dense fog advisory in place until 10:00 from inland counties. this is for variable
sunshine today. fog will improve rapidly today. low 60's this afternoon. ben: nice and quiet on the roads. you will not meet much resistance. no trouble in and out of the construction zone. systemwide, we are looking good. green all over the freeways. no crashes out there on the system right now and troubled times look great -- trav el times look great. back to you. melinda: thank you. breaking news this morning. a big win more than a century in the making. how about this? the chicago cubs are celebrating their overnight world series victory. the game wrapped up just before midnight, which means celebrations have been in full swing all morning. tim is at the breaking news desk with some overnight reaction. what do you have over there? tim: fly the w.
tim: a lot of people love the cubs. not a fan, but we will join in on the television. this is what it looked like on the field after the game. some people are still out on the streets of chicago. they celebrated the team's first world series victory since 1908. they just can't get enough of the cubs' world series win over the cleveland indians. the game was played in cleveland, ohio, but thousands of people gathered outside wrigley field in chicago. they cheered as the cubbies took home the win beating the indians 8-7 in 10 innings after a rain delay. it's the team's first series win in 108 years. watch as the cubs celebrated in the locker room overnight. that never gets old. i love seeing that every year.
late-night game. >> it's like a heavyweight fight , man. just blow for blow, everybody playing their heart out. the indians never gave up either. i can't believe we are finally standing after 108 years finally able to hoist the trophy. tim: what a series it was. the parties aren't over yet. we're learning that some sort of official world series celebration is planned in chicago tomorrow, but all the details have not yet been released. over to you. ben: one heck of a party. certainly a historic night and morning for cubs fans. they are probably still going this morning. thousands of people celebrated in chicago overnight. there were also some parties in milwaukee. wisn 12 news' hillary mintz is live downtown with overnight reaction. good morning, hillary. hillary: good morning. sports bars here across the city
broke the billy goat curse, and the party continued well after they took on the championship win. the game wrapped up just before midnight, and our cameras spotted some fans on the marquette campus early this morning. all had big smiles. most were dressed in their team colors. one even had a w flag draped over himself after leaving a watch party. milwaukee police tell wisn 12 news they haven't had any problems overnight related to the celebrations. a lot of businesses are already selling cubs championship gear. a locations are opening early today to sell the special items. you can see some of them here. most are in illinois, but we're told we have one location in kenosha opening at 6:00 a.m. it is close to the championship year because it may not happen again for another 108 years. live in milwaukee, hillary
abc news has a team of reporters in chicago and cleveland this morning. look for updates on good morning america at 7:00 a.m. that's after wisn 12 news this morning. melinda: it's also a big day for milwaukee brewers fans. you're invited to miller park tonight for a town hall style event. fans will be able to ask questions to general manager david stearns, manager craig counsell, and chief operating officer rick schlesinger. the event gets underway at 7:00 p.m. no tickets are required. parking is free. ben: 5:05. it is a vote that could impact how much you get paid. the milwaukee board of supervisors will vote on legislation today that would raise the county's living wage to $15. this would only apply to certain people, including county employees and contractors. this would not be a widespread change to the minimum wage. there's another vote today that could impact the future of the milwaukee county zoo. the milwaukee county board of supervisors will be asked to
according to our partners at "biz times," the expansion will cost $15.2 million. melinda: now to commitment 2016 and the race for the white house. chelsea clinton is in milwaukee this morning. she'll campaign for her mother, hillary clinton. chelsea is expected at anodyne coffee in walker's point at 9:00 a.m. donald trump's son, eric, will be in eau claire today to campaign for his father. vice president joe biden will be in madison tomorrow to support clinton. as the candidates continue their but about push. it is an all hands on deck effort to get out the vote. only five days left until the election. nikole killion is in washington with more on where everyone is headed. nikole: this afternoon, melania trump will make her first
she's kept a low profile since her controversial speech at the republican national convention but today, the trump campaign says she will make the case for her husband at an event in pennsylvania. meantime donald trump is trying to stick to the script as battleground polls show tightening races from florida to arizona where hillary clinton made a play for the state. mrs. clinton: as the political pundits like to say, this state is in play for the first time in years. mr. trump: we're going to be nice and cool, nice and cool, stay on point donald, stay on point. no sidetra easy. nikole: clinton is deploying her running mate tim kaine to arizona today where he will deliver a speech entirely in spanish to appeal to hispanic voters. the campaign is billing it as the first all spanish event by a major party nominee. in washington, nikole killion, wisn 12 news. ben: thank you. we are teaming up with abc news to bring you big story coverage on election night. watch live coverage from throughout wisconsin and around the country all night on air and online starting at 4:00 p.m. on
starting to get a little foggy. melinda: a fog advisory? sally: against dense fog advisory is in place for our inland counties. don't let that get you all caught up. we have patchy dense fog in southern wisconsin, but we have a november knocked out forecast. 60's the rest of the week. we are talking about 20 in the way of sunshine. . getting very patchy visibility in place. later, the fog will begin to mix out. we are talking sunshine and temperatures reaching 60 or better. matt: right now, things are pretty quiet. keep the low beams on. you should be doing fine.
average speed of 56 miles per hour. from the zoo to downtown, 57 miles per hour. is at this point -- no crashes at this point. ben: new from overnight, an all-clear is given at a u.s. navy base in japan. the base in sasebo was put on lockdown after reports that shots were fired in a building, but officials later tweeted that no one was hurt, and there's no evidence of a shooter. is reporting that two service members have been killed in afghanistan. wisn 12 news' tim elliott has more on this story. tim: two u.s. service members have been killed and another two hurt while fighting the taliban in northern afghanistan. according to nato, they came under fire during a mission with our afghan partners. they were trying to clear a taliban position and disrupt the terrorist group's operations. nato has not released the names of those who were killed they
families have been notified. back over to you. ben: a caped crusator on a special mission. melinda: the real-life superhero is refusing to reveal his true identity. hear how he's helping kids during some of their worst moments. ben: then, extreme holiday decorating. we're taking you inside this year's christmas fantasy house. this house is outstanding.
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>> leading the way with important local coverage. you're watching wisn 12 news this morning with weather watch 12 meteorologist sally severson, and traffic watch 12's matt wisn 12 news this morning continues. sally: had supper patchy fog in places this morning. visibility is pretty good, but we have great advice coming in this morning on my facebook page. highway 67 about 100 yards visibility.
he did not feel that it going more than 30 miles per hour. the deer are active this morning. take it easy and allow extra time for travel. we are talking sunshine. matt: the choppers staying on the ground this morning. you can see pretty decent visibility along the bypass. not seeing any break l that is good news if you are ready to head out the door anytime soon. you don't have to speed through the fog to get to where you are going. that is a look at the morning commute. back to you. ben: more than a dozen people are dead after two trains collide in pakistan. wisn 12 news' tim elliott is following this developing story. tim: officials say the crash was caused by one of the trains running into the back end of
it happened in the outskirts of pakistan's southern port city of karachi. officials say at least 17 people were killed, including a child. another 50 people are injured with at least five in critical condition. pakistan is notorious for having one of the world's worst rail infrastructures often seeing fatal accidents like this one. ben: philadelphia's transit agency is asking a transportation union to start negotiations to end an ongoing strike. th says the walkout is hurting residents. 4700 workers went on strike tuesday, shutting down buses, trolleys, and subways in the city. regional rail lines have also been experiencing delays. halloween may be over, but the dressing up isn't for one texas man. he goes around dressed as a superhero year-round. he goes by holy batman, but everyone just calls him batman. this caped crusader won't reveal
he claims to have a gotham accent. is there a gotham accent? batman spends his days driving around in an actual bat mobile, often visiting hospitals and kids who dream of meeting superheroes. matt: taking some selfies. melinda: and talking like this. ben: 5:16. helping the ronald mcdonald house one holiday decoration at a time. melinda: the annual christmas fantasy house opens this weeken that is where we find meteorologist jeremy nelson is live with a sneak peak. good morning, jeremy. jeremy: it sounds like christmas, smells like christmas, and looks like christmas. good morning. >> good morning. jeremy: this is such an awesome experience for people because it is raising money in our community. tell us about the house decked out for christmas and the funds
it has been going for 24 years. it is an amazing house here this year. probably the best we have ever done. 10,000 square feet, and we have 23 area designers that have come to decorate top to bottom. just incredible. jeremy: when people come out here, there is a way they can help out the mono mcdonald house and take something home if they are lucky. >> so many things to do at the house. the house is just spectacular. decorating you can imagine some people can get inspiration from every training -- nook and cranny of this house. we are raising money with ticket sales and raffle baskets. we have one right here, an american girl basket. raffle tickets are sold to win the baskets. we have a shop where people can
baked goods. jeremy: you have to see this house. seeing is believing. a beautiful home, so check it out again starting this saturday. it is the christmas fantasy house. melinda: thanks. he posted on twitter a picture of the indoor basketball court that has a big red w in the center. go badgers. ben: the house really has everything. melinda: there is no need to leave. sally: especially when it is so decorated beautifully for the holidays. you can sit in a room for hours. not ready for christmas weather yet. 60's in the forecast. fairly mild november weather continues. patchy fog this morning. you can see visibility from zero to 10 miles.
seven in waukesha. it has been variable across lakeside counties, especially kenosha and sheboygan going back and forth between .5 miles and three miles. the advisory is until 10:00 this morning. take it easy anyway on the roads. low beams, slow speeds. deer are active this time of year, especially in the rural areas. high pressure. that will spell a good deal of sunshine for us through monday, maybe even tuesday. 47 at the airport. it is 10 degrees cooler in waukesha. 37 there. when the sun gets higher in the sky, we will mix out this fog in a hurry. low 60's. lows tonight in the 40's.
we are talking about sunshine. you will like the looks of this overall. a couple of clouds overall thursday friday. low 60's today and tomorrow. mid 60's saturday, sunday, and monday. a very stable forecast overall. we could see patchy fog during the late nights. melinda: thank you. 5:20. celebrating 50 years. ben: another cma awards is in the books. coming up, some of the big winners from last night's show and the guest appearance that no one w melinda: later, a fire causes major damage to a church. why officials think this act of arson may be related to the presidential election. johnson: i've always said i'll
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our principal, mr. whiteman, and we are with our fourth graders from south milwaukee e.w. luther school. good morning, south milwaukee. ben: good morning class. good morning everyone in south milwaukee. thanks very much for this great thursday morning shout out. wisn 12 is stopping by different classrooms across southeast wisconsin throughout the school
there you will find the school shout out logo. then, we'll try to schedule a time to have meteorologist jeremy nelson stop by to say hello. melinda: country music's biggest night is in the books. ben: what a night it was. the cma's 50th anniversary featured old-school legends and some newer names but it was a , pop music superstar who stole the show. man like you. he said, baby girl he's playing you. ? melinda: beyonce took the stage with the dixie chicks. she walked out with no introduction and performed her hit "daddy's lessons," a song the dixie chicks have been covering on tour. how about that? ben: look at that jacket. melinda: that is it is you jacket. maybe that is a nod to the green bay packers. big packers.
other notable moments included an appearance from randy travis, his first since suffering a massive stroke in 2014. dolly parton received a lifetime achievement award. garth brooks walked away with entertainer of the year. leaving the corporate world to pursue a dream. one milwaukee woman has been wrestling with the idea for years. ben: 12 news' tim elliott was able to talk with her. steve harvey is trying to help her. tim: we love us some steve harvey here. kimberly hall is a very talented baker. she spia check this out. right up your alley, melinda. guitar cake. how cool is this stuff, by the way? a few years ago, hall opened her own bakery as a side job, but her reluctance to quit her full-time job in the corporate world caused her baking business to go under. >> i have this talent of making these 3-d case, and i know people love them, and i know
quality product, but it is the safety net of me working at my full-time job. tim: so hall reached out to "the steve harvey show" and asked, should i jump from my corporate world and pursue my dream? now the question is, will steve harvey invest in her dreams? a $10,000 check is at stake. you can find out this afternoon right here on wisn on "the steve harvey show" at 3:00. ben: you made a steve harvey cake, too. you got to see that. wisn 12 news time is 5:26. a setback for one of fall's most popular attractions. melinda: what caused china lights to shut down temporarily. ben: plus, a new way to get rid of your old halloween pumpkins. the idea that one group of students have that's shattering
if you're up here, senator johnson's been your guy in washington. voting for special tax breaks for wall street and multi-millionaires, like himself. even taking a shady ten million dollar corporate pay out. but around here, johnson's stacked the deck against the middle class. opposing pay rises for you. he'd even abolish the minimum wage. ron johnson's just not for you.
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reporter he is talking about suffers from a chronic condition that impairs movement of his arms." i don't want a president who makes fun of me. i want a president who inspires me, and that's not donald trump.
starting to roll into southeastern wisconsin and sally severson has a look at your morning forecast in a moment. good morning. i'm ben wagner. melinda: and i melinda davenport. 5:30 on this thursday, november 3. let's start with your forecast. sally: tracking fog this morning. some location with visibility e warmer weather on deck for the weekend. where it is really cool, upper 30's and 40's where it is foggy across washington, dodge county, june county, looking at a fair amount of fog. quite foggy in walworth county.